CAGE 0TZW4 - IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY
USA

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY

DIV OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROGRAMS

CAGE Code: 0TZW4
DUNS: 078341468
921 S 8TH AVE STOP 8219
POCATELLO ID 83209-0002
UNITED STATES

Telephone: 208-282-2592
Fax: 208-282-4723

IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY, DIV OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROGRAMS is an Active Commercial Supplier with the Cage Code 0TZW4 and is tracked by Dun & Bradstreet under DUNS Number 078341468.

Additional Data For CAGE 0TZW4

SIC Code 1:8221
Status:A
Type:F
Size:E
Primary Business:N
Type of Business:N
Woman Owned:N
CAO:N63374
ADP CNT CT:N63374

USA Government Contracting Activity for 0TZW4

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
$0.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 24-MAIZE SAMPLES NEXT GENERATION DNA METHYL SEQ RABOY PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE. REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE FOR 24 SAMPLES.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160014  
Monday, November 27, 2017
($0.58)
1300: Department of Commerce
1333MF: DEPT OF COMMERCE NOAA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF FISH AGING STUDIES
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DOCWE133F16SE1100  
Saturday, September 23, 2017
$113,119.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE SUBSEA (SYSTEMATIC UNDERWATER BIOGEOCHEMICAL SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION ANALOG) PROGRAM WILL CONDUCT REAL (NON-SIMULATED) TELEROBOTIC SCIENCE TO UNDERSTAND THE HABITABILITY POTENTIAL OF OCEAN WORLDS IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM. OUR SCIENCE WILL INCLUDE OBSERVATION, INSTRUMENT DATA GATHERING, AND SAMPLE COLLECTION FOCUSED ON FLUID VENTING AT ISOLATED SEAMOUNTS IN THE DEEP OCEAN AS ANALOG ENVIRONMENTS TO HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMS ON OTHER OCEAN WORLDS. WE WILL CONDUCT OUR SCIENTIFIC FIELDWORK FROM THE EXPLORATION VESSEL (E/V) NAUTILUS, WHICH IS EQUIPPED WITH THE HERCULES AND ARGUS REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLES (ROVS). ACCESS TO THIS INFRASTRUCTURE IS ENABLED THROUGH IN-KIND SUPPORT FROM THE NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA) OFFICE OF OCEAN EXPLORATION AND RESEARCH (OER). THESE ROVS ARE CONTROLLED UNDER LOW LATENCY FEEDBACK CONDITIONS BY PROXIMAL (SHIP-BASED) HUMAN OPERATORS WHO ARE PROVIDED SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT AND EXPLORATION DIRECTION BY A REMOTE, DISTRIBUTED SCIENCE TEAM (DST) WHO ARE LOCATED AT EXPLORATION COMMAND CENTERS (ECCS) THROUGHOUT THE U.S. AND CONNECTED TO THE NAUTILUS VIA A TELEPRESENCE-ENABLED COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  80NSSC17M0073  
Thursday, September 14, 2017
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140R11: SNAKE RIVER AREA OFFICE WEST

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF DOI MUSEUM FOSSIL SCANNING MODIFICATION TO CHANGE THE RECEIVING OFFICIAL.
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INR16PX00783  
Thursday, September 14, 2017
$10,698.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF RNA SEQ SERVICE-BARLEY SAMPLES (1-BATCH OF 40; 2-BATCHES OF 60); BREGITZER; PURCHASING AGENT-RWRIDE-RW00521; COST CENTER CODE: AR20500500; WBS ELEMENT CODE: AR.MU.2050.01.0050
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P170029     AG-0202-S-17-0006  
Friday, September 8, 2017
$5,867.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF NEXT GEN DNA METHYLATION SEQUENCING MAIZE
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P170025     RFQ1222151  
Thursday, September 7, 2017
$9,592.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140G03: OFFICE OF ACQUISITON GRANTS

B: PURCHASE ORDER
LIBRARY PREPERATIONS IGF::OT::IGF
B529: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- SCIENTIFIC DATA

  ING17PX01402  
Monday, August 28, 2017
$9,659.20
9700: Department of Defense
N62271: NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  N6227117P1077     N6227117Q1077  
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
$18,732.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF SMALL RNA SEQUENCING. PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE-RW00479-BREGITZER
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P170015  
Monday, June 26, 2017
$0.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 28-BARLEY SAMPLES RNA SEQUENCE-TOTAL RNA TRANSCRIPTOME-RABOY PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE, REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE DATED 07/28/2016.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160013  
Thursday, June 22, 2017
$271.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  N0622A17F0098     N0018911GZ005  
Monday, June 12, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
ORIGINS OF MICROBIAL IRON RESPIRATION NASA'S CURRENT PALETTE OF ASTROBIOLOGY RESEARCH INCLUDES STUDIES ON EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS AROUND THE WORLD, WITH THE GOAL OF CHARACTERIZING UNIQUE MODES OF MICROBIAL LIFE THAT MIGHT BE SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND ON OTHER WORLDS SUCH AS MARS, SATURNIAN MOONS, AND EVEN NEWLY DISCOVERED 'EXOPLANETS' THAT ARE IN THE 'GOLDILOCKS ZONE' OF OTHER SUNS AND THUS CAPABLE OF HARBORING AT LEAST SIMPLE MICROBIAL LIFE FORMS. IN OUR PREVIOUS PARTICIPATION IN THE NASA SPACEWARD BOUND IDAHO EXPEDITIONS, WE EXPLORED UNIQUE ENVIRONMENTS IN SOUTH-CENTRAL IDAHO, AND DISCOVERED POTENTIAL STUDY SITES WITH SEVERAL EXTREMES: TEMPERATURE, PH, RADIATION, AND PRESENCE OF A VARIETY OF METALS, INCLUDING IRON. THESE HOT SPRING SYSTEMS UNDOUBTEDLY HARBORS MICROBES THAT CAN SERVE AS NEW AND NOVEL MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE STUDY OF IRON TRANSFORMATION, A POTENTIALLY 'UNIVERSAL' BIOENERGETICS PROCESS COMMON ON OTHER PLANETS, AND RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE EARLIEST FORMS OF BIOLOGICAL ENERGY GENERATION ON EARLY EARTH. THESE UNIQUE SYSTEMS HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN DESCRIBED IN TERMS OF GEOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY, AND THUS REPRESENTS A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STUDY OF HEAT, PH, AND METAL- AND RADIATION-RESISTANT MICROORGANISMS AND COMMUNITIES. CURRENTLY, ONLY A FEW MODEL SYSTEMS (MESOPHILIC AND NEUTROPHILIC IRON TRANSFORMING MICROBES) HAVE BEEN EXAMINED IN DETAIL, WHILE THE VAST NUMBER OF MICROBIAL SPECIES (INCLUDING THERMOPHILES, ACIDOPHILES, AND OTHER 'EXTREMOPHILES') USING IRON IN BIOENERGETICS HAS BEEN LARGELY IGNORED. THE PROPOSED RESEARCH WILL ANSWER SEVERAL QUESTIONS, INCLUDING 1) DO EXTREMOPHILES POSSESS SIMILAR BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISMS FOR IRON-BASED ENERGETICS THAT MESOPHILES EMPLOY, 2) WHAT MECHANISMS AROSE ON EARTH DURING EVOLUTION UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS, BASED ON EXOTIC EARTH MICROBES, AND 3) HOW DOES THIS INFORMATION TRANSLATE TO PREDICTION OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETICS STRATEGIES ON OTHER WORLDS. WE WILL USE NOVEL IRON-TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT COMPONENTS INVOLVED WITH IRON TRANSFORMATION, AND COMPARISON OF THESE COMPONENTS TO THE CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE. WE WILL ALSO EMPLOY CULTIVATION-INDEPENDENT APPROACHES SUCH AS METAGENOMICS AND METAPROTEOMICS TO CHARACTERIZE THE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN A RADIOACTIVE THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, WHICH WILL REVEAL DISTRIBUTION AND ACTIVITY OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETIC STRATEGIES. THIS PROJECT IS AN IDEAL FIT FOR THE EXOBIOLOGY PROGRAM, AS IT ADDRESSES FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EVOLUTION OF PRIMITIVE ELECTRON TRANSPORT AND RESPIRATION SYSTEMS IN IRON TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES. WE WILL USE THIS PROJECT AS A PLATFORM FOR FURTHER IDAHO SPACEWARD BOUND EXPEDITIONS, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE, AND POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING, AND PUBLIC OUTREACH AND EDUCATION ABOUT EXOBIOLOGY AND THE 'SEARCH FOR LIFE' IN THE UNIVERSE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AJ85G  
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
$0.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140R11: SNAKE RIVER AREA OFFICE WEST

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF DOI MUSEUM FOSSIL SCANNING MODIFICATION TO CHANGE THE COR
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INR16PX00783  
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
$0.00
3100: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
313100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF (MOTOR OPERATED VALVE COURSE (E-112)
U006: EDUCATION/TRAINING- VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL

  NRCHQ8415C0016     NRCHQ8415R0016  
Thursday, April 27, 2017
$269.55
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C10E: VBA FIELD CONTRACTING (0010E)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF RATIFICATION 12 VA REGIONAL OFFICE INCREASE MOD
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  VA101V16P3384  
Friday, April 7, 2017
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR'S BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AND EVALUATE THE PROTOTYPE RECOVER DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM. RECOVER WILL BE AN AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYABLE, SITE-SPECIFIC MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION AID THAT BRINGS TOGETHER IN A SINGLE APPLICATION THE INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAMS TO PLAN RESEEDING STRATEGIES AND MONITOR ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY IN THE AFTERMATH OF SAVANNA WILDFIRES. RECOVER WILL USE STATE-OF-THE-ART CLOUD-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, REDUCE COST, AND PROVIDE SITE-SPECIFIC FLEXIBILITY FOR EACH FIRE. CUSTOMIZED RECOVER INSTANCES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYED IN THE AMAZON EC2 CLOUD WHEN A FIRE IS DETECTED. RECOVER'S DECISION PRODUCTS WILL BE DYNAMICALLY ASSEMBLED FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK OF DATA RESOURCES. RECOVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY GENERATE AND REFRESH DERIVED FIRE SEVERITY, FIRE INTENSITY, AND OTHER PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE BURN SO THAT WHEN THE FIRE IS CONTAINED, BAER TEAMS WILL HAVE AT HAND A COMPLETE AND READY-TO-USE RECOVER SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED FOR THE TARGET WILDFIRE. SINCE BAER REMEDIATION PLANS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 14 DAYS OF A WILDFIRE'S CONTAINMENT, RECOVER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THE BAER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. MOST WORK IN THIS AREA FOCUSES ON FOREST WILDFIRES. RECOVER ADDS AN IMPORTANT NEW DIMENSION TO POSTFIRE DECISION-MAKING BY FOCUSING ON ECOSYSTEM REHABILITATION IN SEMIARID SAVANNAS. A NOVEL ASPECT OF RECOVER'S APPROACH INVOLVES THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ESTIMATES, WHICH ARE AN IMPORTANT BUT DIFFICULT-TO-OBTAIN ELEMENT OF POST-FIRE REHABILITATION PLANNING. WE WILL USE DOWNSCALED SOIL MOISTURE DATA FROM THE THREE PRIMARY OBSERVATIONAL SOURCES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BEGIN EVALUATING THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE PRODUCTS IN BAER DECISION-MAKING AND TO BUILD THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED FOR RECOVER TO MANAGE FUTURE SMAP PRODUCTS. AS A RESULT, RECOVER, BLM, AND THE BAER APPLICATIONS COMMUNITY WILL BE READY CUSTOMERS FOR DATA FLOWING OUT OF NEW NASA MISSIONS, SUCH AS NPP, LDCM, AND SMAP.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AQ78G  
Friday, March 31, 2017
$7,500.00
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
75N950: NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF NIMH OPP EXERCISE OF OPTION YEAR TWO FOR THE PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE BEGINNING MAY 1, 2017 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2018
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201500302P  
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
$39,363.00
9700: Department of Defense
N62271: NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 53 HOURS OF LINAC BEAM TIME, PLUS INDIRECT RATE.
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  N6227117P1077     N6227117Q1077  
Thursday, March 23, 2017
$74,348.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
$107,041.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
$5,000.00
8900: Department of Energy
892432: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MODIFICATION IS TO EXERCISE OPTION PERIOD FOUR FOR THE CONTINUED CURATION OF MUSEUM ARTIFACTS. IGF::OT::IGF
M1JA: OPERATION OF MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS

  DENE0000579  
Monday, February 6, 2017
$3,684.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  N0622A17F00BV     N0018911GZ005  
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
$4,095.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  N0622A17F0098     N0018911GZ005  
Friday, September 30, 2016
$0.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  8E07     N0018911GZ005  
Friday, September 9, 2016
$95,126.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR'S BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AND EVALUATE THE PROTOTYPE RECOVER DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM. RECOVER WILL BE AN AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYABLE, SITE-SPECIFIC MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION AID THAT BRINGS TOGETHER IN A SINGLE APPLICATION THE INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAMS TO PLAN RESEEDING STRATEGIES AND MONITOR ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY IN THE AFTERMATH OF SAVANNA WILDFIRES. RECOVER WILL USE STATE-OF-THE-ART CLOUD-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, REDUCE COST, AND PROVIDE SITE-SPECIFIC FLEXIBILITY FOR EACH FIRE. CUSTOMIZED RECOVER INSTANCES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYED IN THE AMAZON EC2 CLOUD WHEN A FIRE IS DETECTED. RECOVER'S DECISION PRODUCTS WILL BE DYNAMICALLY ASSEMBLED FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK OF DATA RESOURCES. RECOVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY GENERATE AND REFRESH DERIVED FIRE SEVERITY, FIRE INTENSITY, AND OTHER PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE BURN SO THAT WHEN THE FIRE IS CONTAINED, BAER TEAMS WILL HAVE AT HAND A COMPLETE AND READY-TO-USE RECOVER SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED FOR THE TARGET WILDFIRE. SINCE BAER REMEDIATION PLANS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 14 DAYS OF A WILDFIRE'S CONTAINMENT, RECOVER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THE BAER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. MOST WORK IN THIS AREA FOCUSES ON FOREST WILDFIRES. RECOVER ADDS AN IMPORTANT NEW DIMENSION TO POSTFIRE DECISION-MAKING BY FOCUSING ON ECOSYSTEM REHABILITATION IN SEMIARID SAVANNAS. A NOVEL ASPECT OF RECOVER'S APPROACH INVOLVES THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ESTIMATES, WHICH ARE AN IMPORTANT BUT DIFFICULT-TO-OBTAIN ELEMENT OF POST-FIRE REHABILITATION PLANNING. WE WILL USE DOWNSCALED SOIL MOISTURE DATA FROM THE THREE PRIMARY OBSERVATIONAL SOURCES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BEGIN EVALUATING THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE PRODUCTS IN BAER DECISION-MAKING AND TO BUILD THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED FOR RECOVER TO MANAGE FUTURE SMAP PRODUCTS. AS A RESULT, RECOVER, BLM, AND THE BAER APPLICATIONS COMMUNITY WILL BE READY CUSTOMERS FOR DATA FLOWING OUT OF NEW NASA MISSIONS, SUCH AS NPP, LDCM, AND SMAP.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AQ78G  
Friday, September 9, 2016
$4,698.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 6-EA BARLEY RNA SEQUENCE SERVICE-HU PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE. REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE DATED 7/29/2016.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160015  
Thursday, September 8, 2016
$4,166.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 24-MAIZE SAMPLES NEXT GENERATION DNA METHYL SEQ RABOY PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE. REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE FOR 24 SAMPLES.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160014  
Thursday, September 8, 2016
$0.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 24-MAIZE SAMPLES NEXT GENERATION DNA METHYL SEQ RABOY PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE. REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE FOR 24 SAMPLES.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160014  
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
$13,404.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
120202: USDA ARS PWA SGPGR

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF 28-BARLEY SAMPLES RNA SEQUENCE-TOTAL RNA TRANSCRIPTOME-RABOY PURCHASING AGENT: RWRIDE, REFERENCE YOUR QUOTE DATED 07/28/2016.
AJ52: R&D- GENERAL SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY: LIFE SCIENCES (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  AG0202P160013  
Monday, August 29, 2016
($0.08)
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
THE GOAL OF BOTH THE WEBINAR AND WORKSHOP IS TO BETTER ENABLE THE USE OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE IN WILDFIRE MANAGEMENT AND WILDFIRE ECOLOGY. TO ACCOMPLISH THIS, WILDFIRE MANAGERS AND WILDFIRE ECOLOGISTS MUST FIRST BE AWARE OF THE AVAILABILITY AND FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE DATA LANDSAT, MODIS, VIIRS, AND SMAP AS WELL AS HOW TO APPLY THESE DATA TOWARD A BETTER INFORMED DECISION PROCESS. THE IN-PERSON REMOTE SENSING FOR WILDFIRE APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP WILL BUILD UPON THE FUNDAMENTALS TAUGHT IN THE WEBINAR AND ADVANCE THE STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES SO THEY WILL BE CONFIDENT IN THE USE OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING AS PART OF THEIR FUTURE RESPONSIBILITIES. THIS PROPOSAL SEEKS FUNDING TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION IN THE REMOTE SENSING FOR WILDFIRE APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP. SPECIFICALLY, FUNDING WILL BE USED FOR INSTRUCTOR TRAVEL, ADVERTISEMENT OF THE EVENT IN NICHE-FOCUSED WEBSITES AND PUBLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WILDLAND FIRE, AS WELL AS SALARY FOR A PROJECT COORDINATOR 100 HOURS. WITHOUT FULL ATTENDANCE 30 STUDENTS THE WORKSHOP WILL NOT REACH ITS POTENTIAL AND MAY NOT BE AS EFFECTIVE AS POSSIBLE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AR53G  
Monday, August 29, 2016
$59.90
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C10E: VBA FIELD CONTRACTING (0010E)

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF IT RATIFICATION ORDER
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  VA101V16P3384  
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
$39,890.00
1400: Department of the Interior
140R11: SNAKE RIVER AREA OFFICE WEST

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF DOI MUSEUM FOSSIL SCANNING
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INR16PX00783  
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
$359.40
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
36C10B: TECHNOLOGY ACQUISITION CENTER

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF LEC SERVICES
D399: IT AND TELECOM- OTHER IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

  VA11816P1292  
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
$24,100.00
1300: Department of Commerce
1333MF: DEPT OF COMMERCE NOAA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF ANALYZE FISH SAMPLES
R425: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL

  DOCWE133F16SE1100  
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
$142,853.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR'S BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AND EVALUATE THE PROTOTYPE RECOVER DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM. RECOVER WILL BE AN AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYABLE, SITE-SPECIFIC MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION AID THAT BRINGS TOGETHER IN A SINGLE APPLICATION THE INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAMS TO PLAN RESEEDING STRATEGIES AND MONITOR ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY IN THE AFTERMATH OF SAVANNA WILDFIRES. RECOVER WILL USE STATE-OF-THE-ART CLOUD-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, REDUCE COST, AND PROVIDE SITE-SPECIFIC FLEXIBILITY FOR EACH FIRE. CUSTOMIZED RECOVER INSTANCES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYED IN THE AMAZON EC2 CLOUD WHEN A FIRE IS DETECTED. RECOVER'S DECISION PRODUCTS WILL BE DYNAMICALLY ASSEMBLED FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK OF DATA RESOURCES. RECOVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY GENERATE AND REFRESH DERIVED FIRE SEVERITY, FIRE INTENSITY, AND OTHER PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE BURN SO THAT WHEN THE FIRE IS CONTAINED, BAER TEAMS WILL HAVE AT HAND A COMPLETE AND READY-TO-USE RECOVER SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED FOR THE TARGET WILDFIRE. SINCE BAER REMEDIATION PLANS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 14 DAYS OF A WILDFIRE'S CONTAINMENT, RECOVER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THE BAER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. MOST WORK IN THIS AREA FOCUSES ON FOREST WILDFIRES. RECOVER ADDS AN IMPORTANT NEW DIMENSION TO POSTFIRE DECISION-MAKING BY FOCUSING ON ECOSYSTEM REHABILITATION IN SEMIARID SAVANNAS. A NOVEL ASPECT OF RECOVER'S APPROACH INVOLVES THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ESTIMATES, WHICH ARE AN IMPORTANT BUT DIFFICULT-TO-OBTAIN ELEMENT OF POST-FIRE REHABILITATION PLANNING. WE WILL USE DOWNSCALED SOIL MOISTURE DATA FROM THE THREE PRIMARY OBSERVATIONAL SOURCES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BEGIN EVALUATING THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE PRODUCTS IN BAER DECISION-MAKING AND TO BUILD THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED FOR RECOVER TO MANAGE FUTURE SMAP PRODUCTS. AS A RESULT, RECOVER, BLM, AND THE BAER APPLICATIONS COMMUNITY WILL BE READY CUSTOMERS FOR DATA FLOWING OUT OF NEW NASA MISSIONS, SUCH AS NPP, LDCM, AND SMAP.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AQ78G  
Friday, July 1, 2016
$3,500.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Monday, June 27, 2016
$147,268.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
80NSSC: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
ORIGINS OF MICROBIAL IRON RESPIRATION NASA'S CURRENT PALETTE OF ASTROBIOLOGY RESEARCH INCLUDES STUDIES ON EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS AROUND THE WORLD, WITH THE GOAL OF CHARACTERIZING UNIQUE MODES OF MICROBIAL LIFE THAT MIGHT BE SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND ON OTHER WORLDS SUCH AS MARS, SATURNIAN MOONS, AND EVEN NEWLY DISCOVERED 'EXOPLANETS' THAT ARE IN THE 'GOLDILOCKS ZONE' OF OTHER SUNS AND THUS CAPABLE OF HARBORING AT LEAST SIMPLE MICROBIAL LIFE FORMS. IN OUR PREVIOUS PARTICIPATION IN THE NASA SPACEWARD BOUND IDAHO EXPEDITIONS, WE EXPLORED UNIQUE ENVIRONMENTS IN SOUTH-CENTRAL IDAHO, AND DISCOVERED POTENTIAL STUDY SITES WITH SEVERAL EXTREMES: TEMPERATURE, PH, RADIATION, AND PRESENCE OF A VARIETY OF METALS, INCLUDING IRON. THESE HOT SPRING SYSTEMS UNDOUBTEDLY HARBORS MICROBES THAT CAN SERVE AS NEW AND NOVEL MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE STUDY OF IRON TRANSFORMATION, A POTENTIALLY 'UNIVERSAL' BIOENERGETICS PROCESS COMMON ON OTHER PLANETS, AND RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE EARLIEST FORMS OF BIOLOGICAL ENERGY GENERATION ON EARLY EARTH. THESE UNIQUE SYSTEMS HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN DESCRIBED IN TERMS OF GEOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY, AND THUS REPRESENTS A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STUDY OF HEAT, PH, AND METAL- AND RADIATION-RESISTANT MICROORGANISMS AND COMMUNITIES. CURRENTLY, ONLY A FEW MODEL SYSTEMS (MESOPHILIC AND NEUTROPHILIC IRON TRANSFORMING MICROBES) HAVE BEEN EXAMINED IN DETAIL, WHILE THE VAST NUMBER OF MICROBIAL SPECIES (INCLUDING THERMOPHILES, ACIDOPHILES, AND OTHER 'EXTREMOPHILES') USING IRON IN BIOENERGETICS HAS BEEN LARGELY IGNORED. THE PROPOSED RESEARCH WILL ANSWER SEVERAL QUESTIONS, INCLUDING 1) DO EXTREMOPHILES POSSESS SIMILAR BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISMS FOR IRON-BASED ENERGETICS THAT MESOPHILES EMPLOY, 2) WHAT MECHANISMS AROSE ON EARTH DURING EVOLUTION UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS, BASED ON EXOTIC EARTH MICROBES, AND 3) HOW DOES THIS INFORMATION TRANSLATE TO PREDICTION OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETICS STRATEGIES ON OTHER WORLDS. WE WILL USE NOVEL IRON-TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT COMPONENTS INVOLVED WITH IRON TRANSFORMATION, AND COMPARISON OF THESE COMPONENTS TO THE CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE. WE WILL ALSO EMPLOY CULTIVATION-INDEPENDENT APPROACHES SUCH AS METAGENOMICS AND METAPROTEOMICS TO CHARACTERIZE THE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN A RADIOACTIVE THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, WHICH WILL REVEAL DISTRIBUTION AND ACTIVITY OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETIC STRATEGIES. THIS PROJECT IS AN IDEAL FIT FOR THE EXOBIOLOGY PROGRAM, AS IT ADDRESSES FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EVOLUTION OF PRIMITIVE ELECTRON TRANSPORT AND RESPIRATION SYSTEMS IN IRON TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES. WE WILL USE THIS PROJECT AS A PLATFORM FOR FURTHER IDAHO SPACEWARD BOUND EXPEDITIONS, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE, AND POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING, AND PUBLIC OUTREACH AND EDUCATION ABOUT EXOBIOLOGY AND THE 'SEARCH FOR LIFE' IN THE UNIVERSE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AJ85G  
Monday, June 20, 2016
$0.00
3100: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
313100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF (MOTOR OPERATED VALVE COURSE (E-112)
U006: EDUCATION/TRAINING- VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL

  NRCHQ8415C0016     NRCHQ8415R0016  
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
$4,095.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  8E07     N0018911GZ005  
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
$185.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  8E05     N0018911GZ005  
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
$7,500.00
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
75N950: NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDA

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF OUTREACH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (OPP)
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201500302P  
Monday, March 28, 2016
$84,438.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
$91,856.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
$4,095.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  8E06     N0018911GZ005  
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
$19,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Thursday, February 25, 2016
$20,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Thursday, January 14, 2016
($1,290.75)
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICES
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25915C0112  
Thursday, January 7, 2016
$5,000.00
8900: Department of Energy
00007: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MODIFICATION IS TO EXERCISE THE OPTION FOR OPTION YEAR THREE OF FOUR FOR THE CONTINUED CURATION OF MUSEUM ARTIFACTS. IGF::OT::IGF
M1JA: OPERATION OF MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS

  DENE0000579  
Monday, November 30, 2015
$4,095.00
9700: Department of Defense
N0622A: NAVY MEDICINE PROFESSIONAL

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF TUITION AND FEES
U005: EDUCATION/TRAINING- TUITION/REGISTRATION/MEMBERSHIP FEES

  8E05     N0018911GZ005  
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
$99,644.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR'S BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AND EVALUATE THE PROTOTYPE RECOVER DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM. RECOVER WILL BE AN AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYABLE, SITE-SPECIFIC MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION AID THAT BRINGS TOGETHER IN A SINGLE APPLICATION THE INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAMS TO PLAN RESEEDING STRATEGIES AND MONITOR ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY IN THE AFTERMATH OF SAVANNA WILDFIRES. RECOVER WILL USE STATE-OF-THE-ART CLOUD-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, REDUCE COST, AND PROVIDE SITE-SPECIFIC FLEXIBILITY FOR EACH FIRE. CUSTOMIZED RECOVER INSTANCES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYED IN THE AMAZON EC2 CLOUD WHEN A FIRE IS DETECTED. RECOVER'S DECISION PRODUCTS WILL BE DYNAMICALLY ASSEMBLED FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK OF DATA RESOURCES. RECOVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY GENERATE AND REFRESH DERIVED FIRE SEVERITY, FIRE INTENSITY, AND OTHER PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE BURN SO THAT WHEN THE FIRE IS CONTAINED, BAER TEAMS WILL HAVE AT HAND A COMPLETE AND READY-TO-USE RECOVER SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED FOR THE TARGET WILDFIRE. SINCE BAER REMEDIATION PLANS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 14 DAYS OF A WILDFIRE'S CONTAINMENT, RECOVER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THE BAER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. MOST WORK IN THIS AREA FOCUSES ON FOREST WILDFIRES. RECOVER ADDS AN IMPORTANT NEW DIMENSION TO POSTFIRE DECISION-MAKING BY FOCUSING ON ECOSYSTEM REHABILITATION IN SEMIARID SAVANNAS. A NOVEL ASPECT OF RECOVER'S APPROACH INVOLVES THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ESTIMATES, WHICH ARE AN IMPORTANT BUT DIFFICULT-TO-OBTAIN ELEMENT OF POST-FIRE REHABILITATION PLANNING. WE WILL USE DOWNSCALED SOIL MOISTURE DATA FROM THE THREE PRIMARY OBSERVATIONAL SOURCES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BEGIN EVALUATING THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE PRODUCTS IN BAER DECISION-MAKING AND TO BUILD THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED FOR RECOVER TO MANAGE FUTURE SMAP PRODUCTS. AS A RESULT, RECOVER, BLM, AND THE BAER APPLICATIONS COMMUNITY WILL BE READY CUSTOMERS FOR DATA FLOWING OUT OF NEW NASA MISSIONS, SUCH AS NPP, LDCM, AND SMAP.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AQ78G  
Thursday, September 24, 2015
$63,231.83
3100: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
NRCHQ: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::OT::IGF (MOTOR OPERATED VALVE COURSE (E-112)
U006: EDUCATION/TRAINING- VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL

  NRCHQ8415C0016     NRCHQ8415R0016  
Friday, September 4, 2015
$16,110.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
0202: USDA ARS PWA 0202

B: PURCHASE ORDER
SMALL RNA SEQUENCING SERVICES-2 RNA SAMPLES; LIBRARY PREP, MISEQ PROCESSING AND BIOINFORMATICS-BREGITZER
6640: LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  AG0202P150024  
Friday, September 4, 2015
$12,363.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
0202: USDA ARS PWA 0202

B: PURCHASE ORDER
RNA SEQUENCE (TOTAL RNA TRANSCRIPTOME) 8 BARLEY SAMPLES RNA EXTRACTION; PREPARATION; RNA SEQ; SUPPORT BIOINFORMATICS-RABOY
6640: LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  AG0202P150023  
Saturday, August 22, 2015
$3,685.00
1200: Department of Agriculture
0202: USDA ARS PWA 0202

B: PURCHASE ORDER
NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING, 12 FUNGAL DNA SAMPLES-BREGITZER
6640: LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  AG0202P150017  
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
($20,995.14)
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

C: DELIVERY ORDER
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - 6 MONTH EXTENSION - DECREASE
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25915F0051     VA259P0672  
Friday, August 7, 2015
$10,112.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
THE GOAL OF BOTH THE WEBINAR AND WORKSHOP IS TO BETTER ENABLE THE USE OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE IN WILDFIRE MANAGEMENT AND WILDFIRE ECOLOGY. TO ACCOMPLISH THIS, WILDFIRE MANAGERS AND WILDFIRE ECOLOGISTS MUST FIRST BE AWARE OF THE AVAILABILITY AND FUNDAMENTALS OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE DATA LANDSAT, MODIS, VIIRS, AND SMAP AS WELL AS HOW TO APPLY THESE DATA TOWARD A BETTER INFORMED DECISION PROCESS. THE IN-PERSON REMOTE SENSING FOR WILDFIRE APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP WILL BUILD UPON THE FUNDAMENTALS TAUGHT IN THE WEBINAR AND ADVANCE THE STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES SO THEY WILL BE CONFIDENT IN THE USE OF SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING AS PART OF THEIR FUTURE RESPONSIBILITIES. THIS PROPOSAL SEEKS FUNDING TO SUPPORT PARTICIPATION IN THE REMOTE SENSING FOR WILDFIRE APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP. SPECIFICALLY, FUNDING WILL BE USED FOR INSTRUCTOR TRAVEL, ADVERTISEMENT OF THE EVENT IN NICHE-FOCUSED WEBSITES AND PUBLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WILDLAND FIRE, AS WELL AS SALARY FOR A PROJECT COORDINATOR 100 HOURS. WITHOUT FULL ATTENDANCE 30 STUDENTS THE WORKSHOP WILL NOT REACH ITS POTENTIAL AND MAY NOT BE AS EFFECTIVE AS POSSIBLE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AR53G  
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
$14,500.00
9700: Department of Defense
W912J7: W7M5 USPFO ACTIVITY ID ARNG

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IDAHO STATE UNIV.2015-2016 ADVERTISING
9905: SIGNS, ADVERTISING DISPLAYS, AND IDENTIFICATION PLATES

  W912J715P0029  
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
$0.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
$49,822.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR'S BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), WE PROPOSE TO BUILD AND EVALUATE THE PROTOTYPE RECOVER DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM. RECOVER WILL BE AN AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYABLE, SITE-SPECIFIC MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION AID THAT BRINGS TOGETHER IN A SINGLE APPLICATION THE INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR BURNED AREA EMERGENCY RESPONSE (BAER) TEAMS TO PLAN RESEEDING STRATEGIES AND MONITOR ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY IN THE AFTERMATH OF SAVANNA WILDFIRES. RECOVER WILL USE STATE-OF-THE-ART CLOUD-BASED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, REDUCE COST, AND PROVIDE SITE-SPECIFIC FLEXIBILITY FOR EACH FIRE. CUSTOMIZED RECOVER INSTANCES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEPLOYED IN THE AMAZON EC2 CLOUD WHEN A FIRE IS DETECTED. RECOVER'S DECISION PRODUCTS WILL BE DYNAMICALLY ASSEMBLED FROM THE EXISTING NETWORK OF DATA RESOURCES. RECOVER WILL AUTOMATICALLY GENERATE AND REFRESH DERIVED FIRE SEVERITY, FIRE INTENSITY, AND OTHER PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE BURN SO THAT WHEN THE FIRE IS CONTAINED, BAER TEAMS WILL HAVE AT HAND A COMPLETE AND READY-TO-USE RECOVER SYSTEM CUSTOMIZED FOR THE TARGET WILDFIRE. SINCE BAER REMEDIATION PLANS MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN 14 DAYS OF A WILDFIRE'S CONTAINMENT, RECOVER HAS THE POTENTIAL TO SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVE THE BAER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. MOST WORK IN THIS AREA FOCUSES ON FOREST WILDFIRES. RECOVER ADDS AN IMPORTANT NEW DIMENSION TO POSTFIRE DECISION-MAKING BY FOCUSING ON ECOSYSTEM REHABILITATION IN SEMIARID SAVANNAS. A NOVEL ASPECT OF RECOVER'S APPROACH INVOLVES THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE ESTIMATES, WHICH ARE AN IMPORTANT BUT DIFFICULT-TO-OBTAIN ELEMENT OF POST-FIRE REHABILITATION PLANNING. WE WILL USE DOWNSCALED SOIL MOISTURE DATA FROM THE THREE PRIMARY OBSERVATIONAL SOURCES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BEGIN EVALUATING THE USE OF SOIL MOISTURE PRODUCTS IN BAER DECISION-MAKING AND TO BUILD THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED FOR RECOVER TO MANAGE FUTURE SMAP PRODUCTS. AS A RESULT, RECOVER, BLM, AND THE BAER APPLICATIONS COMMUNITY WILL BE READY CUSTOMERS FOR DATA FLOWING OUT OF NEW NASA MISSIONS, SUCH AS NPP, LDCM, AND SMAP.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX12AQ78G  
Monday, June 22, 2015
$97,764.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
BASALT (BIOLOGIC ANALOG SCIENCE ASSOCIATED WITH LAVA TERRAINS) IS A MULTIINSTITUTIONAL PROJECT IN CONJUNCTION WITH NASA SCIENTISTS TO INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL FOR PAST AND CURRENT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY ON MARS VIA ANALOGUE STUDIES ON EARTH. WE WILL SPECIFICALLY TARGET A) THE 1972 LAVA FLOW AND FUMAROLES IN HAWAII FOR A HESPERIAN, ACIDIC ENVIRONMENT AND B) BASALT LAVA FLOWS ON THE EASTERN SNAKE RIVER PLAIN OF IDAHO FOR A PHNEUTRAL, AMAZONIAN ANALOGUE. IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY DR. SHANNON KOBS NAWOTNIAK AND DR. SCOTT HUGHES ARE THE TEAM LEADS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARACTERIZING THE GEOLOGY AT THE VARIOUS SAMPLING LOCATIONS. WE HYPOTHESIZE THAT SMALL-SCALE FEATURES IN THE ROCK, INCLUDING MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL HETEROGENEITIES, MOISTURE, EXPOSURE, VESICULATION, SLOPE, AND ASPECT SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE MICROBIAL HABITAT CONDITIONS TO CREATE SPATIALLY DISCONTINUOUS BIOMES; AT A MACRO-SCALE, THIS SPATIAL VARIATION IS VISIBLE IN LICHEN SPECIES SORTING IN CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE. THE ISU TEAM, INCLUDING A GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDED THROUGH THIS PROJECT, WILL CONDUCT DETAILED EVALUATIONS OF THE ROCKS IN SITU AND VIA LABORATORY ANALYSES, USING HANDHELD FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), HANDHELD AND LAB-BASED X-RAY FLUORESCENCE (XRF), PETROGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THIN SECTIONS, DIFFERENTIAL GPS, AND TERRESTRIAL LIDAR SCANNING. RESULTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATIONS WILL BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RESULTS FROM THE BIOLOGY TEAM TO RELATE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE TO HABITAT, CREATING A FIRST-ORDER ANALOGUE FOR MARTIAN LIFE AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE TARGETS FOR FURTHER ANALYSIS IN FUTURE MARS MISSIONS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX15AM06A  
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
$25,000.00
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICES
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25915C0112  
Monday, May 18, 2015
$143,580.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

G: GRANT FOR RESEARCH
ORIGINS OF MICROBIAL IRON RESPIRATION NASA'S CURRENT PALETTE OF ASTROBIOLOGY RESEARCH INCLUDES STUDIES ON EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS AROUND THE WORLD, WITH THE GOAL OF CHARACTERIZING UNIQUE MODES OF MICROBIAL LIFE THAT MIGHT BE SIMILAR TO THOSE FOUND ON OTHER WORLDS SUCH AS MARS, SATURNIAN MOONS, AND EVEN NEWLY DISCOVERED 'EXOPLANETS' THAT ARE IN THE 'GOLDILOCKS ZONE' OF OTHER SUNS AND THUS CAPABLE OF HARBORING AT LEAST SIMPLE MICROBIAL LIFE FORMS. IN OUR PREVIOUS PARTICIPATION IN THE NASA SPACEWARD BOUND IDAHO EXPEDITIONS, WE EXPLORED UNIQUE ENVIRONMENTS IN SOUTH-CENTRAL IDAHO, AND DISCOVERED POTENTIAL STUDY SITES WITH SEVERAL EXTREMES: TEMPERATURE, PH, RADIATION, AND PRESENCE OF A VARIETY OF METALS, INCLUDING IRON. THESE HOT SPRING SYSTEMS UNDOUBTEDLY HARBORS MICROBES THAT CAN SERVE AS NEW AND NOVEL MODEL SYSTEMS FOR THE STUDY OF IRON TRANSFORMATION, A POTENTIALLY 'UNIVERSAL' BIOENERGETICS PROCESS COMMON ON OTHER PLANETS, AND RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE EARLIEST FORMS OF BIOLOGICAL ENERGY GENERATION ON EARLY EARTH. THESE UNIQUE SYSTEMS HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN DESCRIBED IN TERMS OF GEOCHEMISTRY AND MICROBIOLOGY, AND THUS REPRESENTS A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STUDY OF HEAT, PH, AND METAL- AND RADIATION-RESISTANT MICROORGANISMS AND COMMUNITIES. CURRENTLY, ONLY A FEW MODEL SYSTEMS (MESOPHILIC AND NEUTROPHILIC IRON TRANSFORMING MICROBES) HAVE BEEN EXAMINED IN DETAIL, WHILE THE VAST NUMBER OF MICROBIAL SPECIES (INCLUDING THERMOPHILES, ACIDOPHILES, AND OTHER 'EXTREMOPHILES') USING IRON IN BIOENERGETICS HAS BEEN LARGELY IGNORED. THE PROPOSED RESEARCH WILL ANSWER SEVERAL QUESTIONS, INCLUDING 1) DO EXTREMOPHILES POSSESS SIMILAR BIOCHEMICAL MECHANISMS FOR IRON-BASED ENERGETICS THAT MESOPHILES EMPLOY, 2) WHAT MECHANISMS AROSE ON EARTH DURING EVOLUTION UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS, BASED ON EXOTIC EARTH MICROBES, AND 3) HOW DOES THIS INFORMATION TRANSLATE TO PREDICTION OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETICS STRATEGIES ON OTHER WORLDS. WE WILL USE NOVEL IRON-TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT COMPONENTS INVOLVED WITH IRON TRANSFORMATION, AND COMPARISON OF THESE COMPONENTS TO THE CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE. WE WILL ALSO EMPLOY CULTIVATION-INDEPENDENT APPROACHES SUCH AS METAGENOMICS AND METAPROTEOMICS TO CHARACTERIZE THE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN A RADIOACTIVE THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, WHICH WILL REVEAL DISTRIBUTION AND ACTIVITY OF IRON-BASED BIOENERGETIC STRATEGIES. THIS PROJECT IS AN IDEAL FIT FOR THE EXOBIOLOGY PROGRAM, AS IT ADDRESSES FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EVOLUTION OF PRIMITIVE ELECTRON TRANSPORT AND RESPIRATION SYSTEMS IN IRON TRANSFORMING EXTREMOPHILES. WE WILL USE THIS PROJECT AS A PLATFORM FOR FURTHER IDAHO SPACEWARD BOUND EXPEDITIONS, UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE, AND POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING, AND PUBLIC OUTREACH AND EDUCATION ABOUT EXOBIOLOGY AND THE 'SEARCH FOR LIFE' IN THE UNIVERSE.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AJ85G  
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
$7,500.00
7500: Department of Health and Human Services
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

B: PURCHASE ORDER
IGF::OT::IGF OUTREACH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (OPP)
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201500302P  
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
$29,362.50
3600: Department of Veterans Affairs
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

D: DEFINITIVE CONTRACT
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICES
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25915C0112  
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
$36,722.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Friday, February 27, 2015
$3,999.16
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00010: BOISE REGIONAL OFFICE

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF RECOVERY OF ELEPHANT REMAINS, AMERICAN FALLS RESERVOIR, IDAHO.
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INR15PX91001  
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
$5,000.00
8900: ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF
00007: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

DCA Definitive Contract
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MODIFICATION IS TO EXERCISE THE OPTION FOR OPTION YEAR TWO OF FOUR FOR THE CONTINUED CURATION OF MUSEUM ARTIFACTS. IGF::OT::IGF
M1JA: OPERATION OF MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS

  DENE0000579  
Friday, December 19, 2014
$90,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Thursday, November 20, 2014
($14,087.34)
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - OPTION YR. 4
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25914F0056     VA259P0672  
Thursday, October 30, 2014
($20,000.00)
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00164: NSWC CRANE

PO Purchase Order
DOSIMETRY DATA
6636: ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

  N0016414P0555  
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
$118,790.55
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - 6 MONTH EXTENSION
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25915F0051     VA259P0672  
Friday, September 19, 2014
$5,362.00
1200: AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
0202: USDA ARS PWA 0202

PO Purchase Order
RNA SEQUENCING&DATA ANALYSIS SERVICE - BREGITZER
6640: LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

  AG0202P140048  
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
$30,000.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00276: NIH, NLM, OD OA OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF
R497: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACTS

  HHSN276201400633P  
Monday, August 11, 2014
$0.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA259P0672     VA-259-09-RP-0282  
Thursday, July 31, 2014
$20,000.00
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
N00164: NSWC CRANE

PO Purchase Order
DOSIMETRY DATA
6636: ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

  N0016414P0555  
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
($278.31)
9700: DEPT OF DEFENSE
HDTRA1: DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY

PO Purchase Order
LINAC FIDELITY INVESTIGATION
AD92: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: OTHER (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  HDTRA111P0001  
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
$58,000.00
8000: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
NSSC0: NASA SHARED SERVICES CENTER

F: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT
THE FINESSE (FIELD INVESTIGATIONS TO ENABLE SOLAR SYSTEM SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION) TEAM PROPOSES A SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION FIELD-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM AIMED AT GENERATING STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE IN PREPARATION FOR THE HUMAN AND ROBOTIC EXPLORATION OF THE MOON, NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEAS) AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. WE INFUSE OUR SCIENCE PROGRAM WITH LEADING EDGE EXPLORATION CONCEPTS SINCE SCIENCE ENABLES EXPLORATION AND EXPLORATION ENABLES SCIENCE. THE PRIMARY RESEARCH OBJECTIVES OF OUR SCIENCE AND EXPLORATION PROGRAMS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1) FINESSE SCIENCE: UNDERSTAND THE EFFECTS OF VOLCANISM AND IMPACTS AS DOMINANT PLANETARY PROCESSES ON THE MOON, NEAS, AND PHOBOS&DEIMOS. 2) FINESSE EXPLORATION: UNDERSTAND WHICH EXPLORATION CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS (CONOPS) AND CAPABILITIES ENABLE AND ENHANCE SCIENTIFIC RETURN. OUR PROPOSED WORK IS ALIGNED WITH NASA S STRATEGIC GOALS TO EXTEND AND SUSTAIN HUMAN ACTIVITIES ACROSS THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND EXPAND SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE EARTH AND UNIVERSE IN WHICH WE LIVE . WE ALSO ADDRESS THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (NRC) PLANETARY SCIENCE DECADAL SURVEY GOALS TO STUDY THE MOON AND ASTEROIDS AS PRIMITIVE BODIES AND NATURAL LABORATORIES FOR EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM EVOLUTION. IN PARALLEL, OUR EXPLORATION PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FINDINGS TO NASA S HUMAN ARCHITECTURE TEAM (HAT), VARIOUS NASA DESIGN REFERENCE MISSION (DRM) TEAMS, AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS SUCH AS THE NASA ADVANCED EXPLORATION SYSTEMS (AES) AND THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST (OCT). FURTHERMORE, WE WILL ADDRESS NASA STRATEGIC KNOWLEDGE GAPS (SKGS) FOR EACH OF THE TARGET BODIES TO PROVIDE INFORMATION TO ENABLE FUTURE EXPLORATION OF THESE SOLAR SYSTEM DESTINATIONS. TO ACCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES, WE PROPOSE AN INTEGRATED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOCUSED ON SCIENTIFICALLY-DRIVEN FIELD EXPLORATION. OUR RESEARCH WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED THROUGH A SEQUENCED FIELD PROGRAM OF ROBOTIC PRECURSOR AND HUMAN EXPLORATION MISSIONS AT TWO STRATEGICALLY CHOSEN FIELD SITES. FIELDWORK WILL BE CONDUCTED AT CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE (COTM) IN IDAHO AND AT THE WEST CLEARWATER LAKE IMPACT STRUCTURE (WCIS) IN NORTHERN CANADA. THESE SITES HAVE BEEN CHOSEN TO ADDRESS SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO VOLCANISM AND IMPACT SCIENCE, RESPECTIVELY, AND ARE GEOLOGIC ANALOGS TO THE NASA SSERVI (SOLAR SYSTEM EXPLORATION RESEARCH VIRTUAL INSTITUTE) TARGET BODIES. THESE TERRESTRIAL VOLCANIC AND IMPACT RECORDS REMAIN INVALUABLE FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THESE PROCESSES THROUGHOUT OUR SOLAR SYSTEM, SINCE THESE ARE OUR PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE ON VOLCANIC LANDFORM FORMATION AND MODIFICATION AS WELL AS THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURAL AND LITHOLOGICAL CHARACTER OF IMPACT CRATERS. IMPACT CRATERING, FOR EXAMPLE, IS THE DOMINANT GEOLOGICAL PROCESS ON THE MOON, ASTEROIDS, AND MOONS OF MARS. OUR SCIENTIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE TO UNDERSTAND THE ORIGIN AND EMPLACEMENT OF IMPACTITES, THE HISTORY OF IMPACT BOMBARDMENT IN THE INNER SOLAR SYSTEM, THE FORMATION OF COMPLEX IMPACT CRATERS, AND THE EFFECTS OF SHOCK ON PLANETARY MATERIALS. VOLCANISM IS ANOTHER DOMINANT GEOLOGIC PROCESS THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY SHAPED THE SURFACE OF PLANETARY BODIES. WE WILL STUDY THE PROCESSES, GEOMORPHIC FEATURES AND ROCK TYPES RELATED TO FISSURE ERUPTIONS, VOLCANIC CONSTRUCTS, LAVA TUBES, FLOWS AND PYROCLASTIC DEPOSITS.
AR21: R&D- SPACE: SCIENCE/APPLICATIONS (BASIC RESEARCH)

  NNX14AG35A  
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
($5,009.02)
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA660C23024     VA259P0672  
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
$0.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201400135P  
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
$5,000.00
8900: ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF
00007: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

DCA Definitive Contract
THE PURPOSE OF THIS MODIFICATION IS TO EXERCISE THE OPTION FOR OPTION YEAR ONE OF FOUR FOR THE CONTINUED CURATION OF MUSEUM ARTIFACTS. IGF::OT::IGF
M1JA: OPERATION OF MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS

  DENE0000579  
Friday, January 31, 2014
$7,500.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
IGF::OT::IGF
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201400135P  
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
$237,510.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::CT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - OPTION YR. 4
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25914F0056     VA259P0672  
Monday, September 30, 2013
($24,660.18)
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::OT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25913F1078     VA259P0672  
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
$64,014.00
3100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
NRCHQ: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

DCA Definitive Contract
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE TRAINING COURSE
U004: EDUCATION/TRAINING- SCIENTIFIC/MANAGEMENT

  NRC3809696     RS-38-09-696  
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
($0.16)
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00001: HEADQUARTERS

DCA Definitive Contract
OTHER FUNCTIONS AK-08-06 NAB SUBSISTENCE STUDY
AD32: R&D- DEFENSE OTHER: SUBSISTENCE (APPLIED RESEARCH/EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT)

  INM08PC20053  
Monday, June 17, 2013
$0.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA259P0672     VA-259-09-RP-0282  
Monday, June 17, 2013
$134,999.71
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::OT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25913F1078     VA259P0672  
Monday, June 17, 2013
$0.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA259P0672     VA-259-09-RP-0282  
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
($191.34)
8900: ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF
00007: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

PO Purchase Order
MANAGING AND PRESERVING DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY-OWNED ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS AND ASSOCIATED RECORDS ACCORDING TO PROFESSIONAL MUSEUM AND ARCHIVAL STANDARDS FOR LONG-TERM CURATION AT THE IDAHO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY. DEOBLIGATION OF EXCESS FUNDS FOR FINAL CLOSEOUT
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  DEAF0708ID01202  
Thursday, May 9, 2013
$30,909.00
3100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
NRCHQ: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

DCA Definitive Contract
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE TRAINING COURSE
U004: EDUCATION/TRAINING- SCIENTIFIC/MANAGEMENT

  NRC3809696     RS-38-09-696  
Monday, March 25, 2013
$30,909.00
3100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
NRCHQ: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

DCA Definitive Contract
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE TRAINING COURSE
U004: EDUCATION/TRAINING- SCIENTIFIC/MANAGEMENT

  NRC3809696     RS-38-09-696  
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
$5,000.00
8900: ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF
00007: IDAHO OPERATIONS OFFICE

DCA Definitive Contract
CONTRACT FOR IDAHO STATE UNIV REGARDING CURATION OF ARTIFACTS (AND PERIODIC SHIPMENT). IGF::OT::IGF
M1JA: OPERATION OF MUSEUMS AND EXHIBITION BUILDINGS

  DENE0000579  
Friday, February 1, 2013
$114,012.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
IGF::OT::IGF AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA25913F1078     VA259P0672  
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
$0.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA259P0672     VA-259-09-RP-0282  
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
$0.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY IS PARTICIPATING IN THE 2012 NIMH OUTREACH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM. POP: 1/1/2012-12/31/2012
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201200115P  
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
$7,500.00
7500: HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
00271: NIH, NIDA, OD OM OA OFC ACQUISITIONS

PO Purchase Order
IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY IS PARTICIPATING IN THE 2012 NIMH OUTREACH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM. POP: 1/1/2012-12/31/2012
R499: SUPPORT- PROFESSIONAL: OTHER

  HHSN271201200115P  
Monday, November 26, 2012
($1,788.30)
1400: INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE
00010: BOISE REGIONAL OFFICE

PO Purchase Order
OTHER FUNCTIONS : MOD TO DE-OB REMAINING FUNDS AND CLOSE OUT.
B503: SPECIAL STUDIES/ANALYSIS- ARCHEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL

  INR11PX14097  
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
$0.00
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

IDC Indefinite Delivery Contract
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID - MOD 4 OPT. 3
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA259P0672     VA-259-09-RP-0282  
Monday, August 20, 2012
$0.00
3100: NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
NRCHQ: OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION

DCA Definitive Contract
MOTOR OPERATED VALVE TRAINING COURSE
U004: EDUCATION/TRAINING- SCIENTIFIC/MANAGEMENT

  NRC3809696     RS-38-09-696  
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
$42,004.50
3600: VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
00259: 259-NETWORK CONTRACT OFFICE 19

DO Delivery Order
AUDIOLOGY SERVICE IN POCATELLO ID
T016: PHOTO/MAP/PRINT/PUBLICATION- AUDIO/VISUAL

  VA660C23024     VA259P0672